## Sudoku Variants Series (017) - No three odd/even in line

(Published on 25. March 2014, 00:00 by Richard)

For this Sudoku Variants Project I have planned to publish a different Sudoku variant every Tuesday. I will see how long it takes before I am running out of ideas.

No three odd/even in line
Place the digits from 1 tot 9 in every row, column and 3x3-block. The maximum number of neighbouring odd digits as well as the maximum number of neighbouring even digits in any row or column is two.

Solution code: Column 3, followed by column 7.

Last changed on on 25. March 2014, 11:29

Solved by RALehrer, r45, Luigi, flaemmchen, Zzzyxas, lutzreimer, Krokofant, Statistica, Joo M.Y, fridgrer, Eisbär, tuace, zorant, ibag, Alex, ffricke, adam001, saskia-daniela, bruno22, AnnaTh, joyal, ... skypper, EKBM, rob, sojaboon, martin1456, zhergan, Realshaggy, Oskama, ohm0123, azalozni, MaM, Semax, Matt, Julianl, lubosh, jirk, Kwaka, Gyuszi13, Mathi, skywalker, CSR94, amitsowani, Bramme
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on 25. March 2014, 18:27 by pin7guin
Hat mir gut gefallen!

on 25. March 2014, 14:30 by Statistica
@Richard: Thanks for the link. In fact I haven't done this one (even I had, i'm not sure if I would remember it (problem of aging...)) ;-)

on 25. March 2014, 13:09 by tuace
Fand ich klasse!

on 25. March 2014, 12:58 by Eisbär
This was fun! Solved it while enjoying my lunch
:-D

on 25. March 2014, 11:29 by Richard

on 25. March 2014, 11:27 by Richard
@Statistica: then there is another one for you. Advent puzzle number 15. I will add a link to it.

on 25. March 2014, 11:13 by Statistica
Interessante Variante, noch nie gesehen!

on 25. March 2014, 09:57 by Richard
RALehrer gave a good advise recently; to write explicitly that a puzzle can be solved without T&E. Of course this puzzles is also solvable without T&E, although there is a tricky step in the beginning. In fact, it could even be the first placement. I have written that step in a hidden comment.

on 25. March 2014, 07:54 by Luigi
Ha!!! Ich hab den versteckten Hinweis gefunden!!!

In Z6/S5 kann nur die 2358 stehen.....

 Difficulty: Rating: 85 % Solved: 104 times Observed: 2 times ID: 0001XL

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